The Oregon Spotted Frog Recovery Team acknowledges the support of the following primary funders, among others:
- The Government of Canada has provided over $1.2 M of funding to Oregon Spotted Frog Recovery activities since 2008, including habitat restoration, research, stewardship, education and technical training, and capacity building through grant programs:
Our Precious Frog program, funded by the Habitat Stewardship Program grant from Environment and Climate Change Canada, is a keystone of the Lower Mainland’s amphibian and wetland conservation community, both leading and supporting a multi-faceted program. At its core, the project works towards wetland habitat identification, assessment, monitoring and restoration in the Lower Mainland. Each year we add to the wetland inventory in Fraser Valley through habitat creation and restoration projects and spread knowledge and appreciation for amphibians and wetlands. We also improve riparian habitat along agricultural watercourses in identified Critical Habitat for Oregon Spotted Frogs and associated wetland species, particularly for endangered Salish Suckers.
- The Province of British Columbia leads the recovery activities and provides funding to environmental not-for-profits engaged in recovery work through base funding and from The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation.
- Private foundations and not-for-profits supporting husbandry, research and habitat restoration include Wildlife Preservation Trust Canada and Earth Rangers.
- Private individuals support the program with donations.